Monday, December 12, 2011

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!!

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Hey y'all, and welcome to anyone stopping by for the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day! I love giveaways! I don't usually win them, but they're so much fun! Anyways, I know there are a lot of really awesome giveaways going on today, and yo
u probably don't have much time to look around now, but I hope you'll come back real soon! So, on to the giveaway! I'm a huge fan of Marmalade Fabrics, and I have fallen in love with this farmer's market bundle! So, I'm giving away a fat quarter bundle of these five fabrics! The giveaway is open to all readers (US and international), and to enter just leave me a comment telling me what project you'd use these yummy fat quarters for! Winner will be drawn randomly this weekend - giveaway will close Friday!


397 comments:

  1. Lovely bundle! Thanks for the chance to win! I'd probably make something for my daughter as these look her style...maybe a purse or new apron.

    feel free to stop by and enter the giveaways I have going on too! :)

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  2. Um, GORGEOUS quilt right there!!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  3. a quilt or a tote.... maybe both. thanks.

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  4. Such a great combination of fabrics!

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  5. I'm thinking quilt of tree skirt!

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  6. Hey I think I bought o quarter yard of that bottom fabric just today. I love this fabric combo. I'd use it to make some coasters.

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  7. I can see why you love this set - it's great! I'd use it for a quilt :).Thanks for the chance!

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  8. I'm joining the crowd -- I'd make a quilt too!

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  9. I would probably break them up and use them in several different quilts. :)

    Mary
    iammaryburke(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. lovely bundle of FQs! Thanks for the opportunity to win! I think they would make a wonderful bright baby quilt - love that stripe for binding!

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  11. Beautiful fabrics!! -- I would use them in a quilt!! -- Love the colors! Thanks so

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  12. I would use them to make a tote or a quilted tree skirt !]
    karli
    k_squared4t(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  13. They neeeeeed to be a table runner!! :-)

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  14. I'd make a summery table runner. It's my goal eventually to make one for every season & holiday.

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  15. I would use them to make a dress for my daughter - so cute!

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  16. I've been making fabric baskets lately,so that might be what I would try with these.

    Thanks!

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  17. ooh, yummy bundle! I think I'd try a disappearing 9 patch, but big so it would showcase the fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. What a cute bundle!! I would definitely have to make an adorable jumper and coat for my daughter! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  19. This would make a very pretty Spring quilt, maybe a baby play mat? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. I'd make some doll clothes.... the bottom stripes would make a cute skirt.

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  21. Beautiful pretties! I love the colors, which happen to be the colors of my little one's room. I would love to make her new throw pillows for her room with these! Thank you for the chance.
    Sivje
    Sivjegoose@sbcglobal.net

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  22. So pretty! I think they would look gorgeous as quilted covers for throw cushions, after all the holiday decorations are down I could use a pick me up to get me through the winter doldrums!

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  23. Quilting it is always quilting for me.

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  24. Probably a quilt for myself (how bad is that) as I just rearranged my room and it is looking in desperate need of a new quilt on the bed.

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  25. They look like they want to be a table runner and who am I to argue?!

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  26. I'd use them in a set of little travel bags - I made a set for my sister (jewelry bag, drawstring, zipper pouch etc.) and I'm envious and want to make the same for myself!

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  27. I have a friend with a baby on the way - I think I would make them a very sweet quilt!
    Thank you for this gorgeous giveaway

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  28. I`d use them for something for my daughter

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  29. These would go in a quilt at my house!! Thanks for the give-away!

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  30. I think I'd make an apron. Or maybe part of a tablecloth or a tablerunner, to brighten up the kitchen in the winter!

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  31. Oh, the possibilities are endless! Maybe a tote? Arpon? Journal cover?

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  32. oh. those are so cute! thanks for the giveaway. I'd make skirts for my girls!

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  33. I cant stop making 18" pillow covers for family and friends. So I think I might need to make some for myself in 2012!
    Thanks for the chance in your giveaway.

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  34. These would be for a fun pillow! Thaks a lot!

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  35. a gorgeous quilt these are beautiful fabrics, i haven't seen them before. thanks a lot for the chance to win them.
    Wendy

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  36. I will make some cute dress for my dear daughter

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  37. I will sew an apron for myself! These fabrics are just gorgeous! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  38. A summery sofa throw - what fab fabrics!

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  39. I would use them for a table runner!

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  40. Gorgeous fabrics, I'd probably make something for my sister who has a c-section scheduled for next week!

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  41. A baby girl's quilt would be perfect with these fabrics.

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  42. I have two little girls who could always use another quilt:) Love your fabrics...thanks for a great giveaway!

    jodym7atyahoo.com

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  43. Nice bundle! I would make a quilt, probably for my friend's toddler.

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  44. I would probably use these delightful fabrics to make a sunbonnet/apron for my daughters.

    ajoyfulnoise (at) live (dot) com

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  45. This would look lovely to make a couple of clutches or a really girly quilt :)
    Thanks !!

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  46. I would make clutch bags with them. Thanks for such a great giveaway!

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  47. These would make a bright & cheery tablerunner! Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful fabric! :)

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  48. Pillows, pillows and even more pillows! A whole bunch of yummy pillows, LOL.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  49. Little girl baby clothes, bibs, burp cloths, etc. Lots of baby showers coming up! Thanks for the chance

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  50. love these colors - a runner perhaps, or a wonky star hanging?

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  51. I would shove them in a quilt!

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  52. Cute bundle! I'm not sure what I'd use them for - probably just admire their prettiness on a shelf for a while :)

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  53. Those look like they would make a super-cute patchwork apron and matching pot-holders!

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  54. What yummy fabrics!! They'd make such a cute bag!

    Thanks for the giveaway
    Sarah @ http://kiwigetscrafty.blogspot.com

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  55. thanks for the giveaway. Cute fabrics. quiltexas@gmail.com

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  56. These would be great for my daughter's big girl quilt. It's long overdue, she's eight now!

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  57. What lovely colours. I'd make a bag with that.

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  58. These are so pretty! I would use them to create a doll! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  59. Wow such a pretty bundle!! I think I would make a funky table runner or some cheery placemats with it. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

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  60. Christmas table runner. Very nice giveaway.

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  61. I would love to make a lap quilt for my goddaughter.
    Terrific giveaway!

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  62. I think these would make a super fun table runner!!

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  63. Great colors and fabrics. I think I would probably make something for one of my 4 granddaughters. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  64. I would kind of love to use a lot of it for next year's Christmas stockings, etc. I love the pink and turquoise scheme for Christmas!

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  65. I would use them for pillows or skirts. But first I would just look at them for a few days.

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  66. Ooh, maybe for a quilt I designed that looks like candy!

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  67. These fabulous fabrics would make a great picnic quilt!
    Thanks!

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  68. Fun, I'd use them to add to my stash :D eventually for quilts.

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  69. Something from my big list of Fat Quarter Tutorials... a clutch or maybe a Christmas stocking (for next year... this Christmas came to quickly for me this year)... ooh or maybe a quilt... I'd love to try and make a quilt! :D

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  70. Darling! I think I would make a table runner, or an apron. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  71. I would make a blanket with the fabrics, and line if with some fleece, to curl up with for the holidays!

    My birthday is Saturday, and this would be a great birthday present!

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  72. I would make a few cute wristlets.. I need to get started on next years crafts!

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  73. I have a pro-design idea in my head for a quilt and these would work perfectly!

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  74. A lovely lap quilt that would live on the chair in a sunny corner of my living room and make it even cheerier. Thanks.

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  75. I'd love to make some journal/organizer covers! thank you very much. mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  76. I don't know specifically what I would use it for, but something quilty for sure. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  77. Those would make great bindings! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  78. I`d make small home decor items to give as gifts. Breadbasket, apron etc...

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  79. If I win it, I'll do two bags to my 2 daughters. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. Ooh, love those bright colours. I might have to start early on a Christmas mini for next year with them (after new year that is lol)

    Thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  81. Gorgeous fabrics! I would love to use them in a skirt for my baby girl. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  82. I'd use those great fabrics to finish my Christmas tree skirt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. So pretty! I think I would use them for a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  84. I think I would use some for a bag

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  85. Thanks for the great giveaway! I'd use these to make a playmat for my friend who's expecting a baby girl. Wx

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  86. Love the fabric! I would probably make cute skirts for my girlies! Thanks!

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  87. They would make some cute skirts/dresses for my daughter. Or maybe a quilt or pillow cover for her room.

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  88. These would look lovely in my new sewing room! Thanks! Vicki avablondie(at)aol(dot)com

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  89. I would use those for reusable gift bags! *saves the planet*

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  90. Such wonderful fabrics. I would make a wallhanging for my sun porch. They would go so well in there. Thanks and happy holidays.

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  91. I'd make what I always make--clothing for my three daughters.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  92. Beautiful fabric! I'm think either Christmas pillows or the start of a beautiful quilt.... really pretty thank you!

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  93. i'm going to be making some coordinating pink and green twin sized quilts for my daughters in 2012.... this would start my fabric off for that!

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  94. Table runners! I'm all about the table runners these days, and I think these fabrics would be beautiful.

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  95. These are beautiful! I'd love to make a patchwork Christmas stocking with them.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  96. A tree skirt!
    Thanks!
    Tia
    mtrand2 at gmail dot com

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  97. Those fat quarters would make a darling baby quilt or maybe a table runner.

    Thanks!

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  98. Pretty, pretty! I think I'd want to highlight the fabrics by doing some sweet patchwork combined with linen! I actually just discovered Marmalade Fabrics myself a few weeks ago, and was super pleased with them.

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  99. Aww, they're so pretty! I'm thinking a nice tote bag and maybe a couple of matching make-up bags? I'd use the scraps for fabric-covered buttons.

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  100. wonderful fabrics, I´ll sew a tablerunner using my flipflop ruler, I`m sure it´ll be beautiful.
    Tahnks for the chance!
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  101. Looks like a quilt to me! Fun fabric!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  102. Pretty fabrics - would probably make a lap quilt with them.
    thanks!

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  103. I'd totally make a Christmas tree skirt using that fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  104. What a beautiful giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.
    I would make pillows and a table runner for my living room out of these lovelies.

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  105. I would use them in a quilt! So pretty!!

    Thank you for a great giveaway!

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  106. They look like something I would make placemats out of.

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  107. Sweet fabrics!
    I would make bookcovers or a tablerunner out of them...
    soulrunner(at)hotmail(dot)ca

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  108. Something using half square trinagles! Love the fabrics.

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  109. I think they would be great for a bag of some kind. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  110. I might try a happy Christmas mini quilt!

    michaelacking (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  111. Great fabric! I'd use them in a quilt of some sort.

    Cheers,
    Tracy Screaming Sardine

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  112. I would make some quilted pillow covers.

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  113. Oh lovely colour combinations! I'd love to do a big pile of quilted pillow covers with that!

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  114. How adorable! They'd be perfect for a bag or a quilt! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  115. They would be perfect for my next wall hanging!

    deborahbullock6618@gmail.com

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  116. These would be great in a quilt and a wall mail organizer.

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  117. Hmmm....not too sure yet. I'm having my first baby girl so I think a cute quilt would be in order.
    rachspencer@gmail.com

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  118. These would be a fabulous choice for a clutch. Love those pearl bracelets and that loulouthi of course. So nice of you to have my blog on your blogroll- thanks! :)

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  119. maybe a patchwork pillow or potholder!

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  120. So pretty. I want a skirt for myself in those fabrics.
    Thanks for the chance to win ^^v

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  121. they are lovely colours, probably a set of cushions for my studio

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  122. I have a patchwork tote pattern I would like to make with these fabrics.

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  123. Love that bundle! Especially the pearl bracelets on top. I would probably make a doll quilt for my daughter and her dollies!!

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  124. Oh my goodness, those are pretty. I would definitely use them for a spring tablerunner for my kitchen islad. Thank you for the chance!

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  125. a scrappy pillow case for my daughter it would match her room perfectly!

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  126. I would love to make myself a bag with those. They are so bright and cheerful!

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  127. Beautiful fabrics! I would definitely make a quilt!

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  128. SO PRETTY!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!
    I THINK I'LL START OFF WITH A NEW TABLE RUNNER, THEN MAYBE A TOTE FOR A TEEN ?
    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU!

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  129. I am hoping to make a wonky stars quilt in red, yellow, and green and these would work perfectly in it!

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  130. i think these would make a set of cute napkins.
    thanks for the giveaway
    allionbright{at}gmai{dot}com

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  131. I'd make a couple of skirts for my daughter. So pretty.

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  132. What a great bundle! I'd probably make a dress or skirt for my daughter :)

    Best,
    Michelle
    daydreambelievershop(at)gmail(dot)com

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  133. Ohh so pretty, maybe something for me ..Noodlehead's 241 bag and some co-coordinating pouches

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  134. I'm a quilter--these would be put to good use as I restock my stash!

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  135. twirly skirt for a certain 10 year old

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  136. I think I would probably make a table runner, they are so pretty. Thanks for the chance. Linda

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  137. I think these would make some nice taggie blocks for my daughter.

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  138. I just downloaded a pattern for a tote bag tonight that required five fat quarters. Am I destined to win?

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  139. I would make a patchwork pillow for my daughters new big girl bed. It goes perfectly!

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  140. Definitely something for the granddaughters, twirly skirts, perhaps.

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  141. I think I'd make a cute purse.
    heidikittelson (at) gmail (dot) com

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  142. Quilts and whatever else I can manage..pouches, covers, etc.

    skowens (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

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  143. Hmmmm.... not sure what I would do. Maybe a purse for spring

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  144. Such pretty fabrics! I'd use them to make a runner for the foot of my bed.

    Thank you for the chance to win. :)

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  145. Ooooh pretties!! I would make a quilt for my mom. She would love the fabrics & colors AND I haven't made her one yet. Thanks for this chance!!

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  146. Definitely a lap quilt for my mum.

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  147. Awesome prize! Thank you!
    violet_bg1(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  148. I think this delicious fabric would make lovely pillows or cases! Thanks for the nice selection!

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  149. A great quilt for a baby girl, with the stripes as the binding!
    arbendlin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  150. I would pet this bundle for at least 4 weeks. Then I would cut them and make a lap quilt out of it :)

    Susanne

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  151. pretty fabrics. I need to make a quilt for my niece so she doesn't steal the one I made her mom

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  152. I have a baby girl on the way, so I would probably make something special for her.

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  153. Lovely fabrics, thanks for the chance to win!
    I think they are calling out to be a nice new bag for spring :-)

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  154. 2012 is my year for quilting. no more frustrating msyelf of side projects, so this bundle would be cut into a quilt! thanks for hosting a giveaway.

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  155. Love that combination of fabrics! Would love to make a little quilt with it!

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  156. Purses and bags - my favourite things to make

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  157. I'm thinking a bag... these are my mum's favourite colours so I'd probably make her a bag and add in some accessories

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  158. I think I'd make some kind of bag. Great fabrics!

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  159. I think I'd use them in a quilt. Thanks for teh chance!

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  160. I think I would make a pinwheel pillow cover or two :)

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  161. I am looking to make a large bag with pockets for carrying around my yarn and handwork projects. I think this would do the trick.

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  162. I would try my hand at making a bag for myself! thanks for the giveaway!

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  163. a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  164. Well, as the name sugggests, I would probably make farmers market totes out of them! We attend regularly when in season and I need some fresh bags! Thanks for the opportunity to win a great giveaway!

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  165. I would have to make a few drawstring bags for gifts and for my stuff too. They look lovely!

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  166. Great giveaway! I think I'd make some doll quilts and clothes for my girls if I won. Thanks for the chance to win!
    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

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  167. Beautiful fabric! I'd put it in a quilt. Thanks!

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  168. I love these together...maybe a lovely throw :)

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  169. A skirt for my daughters ! Or a bag for my sister ? The fabrics are really great, thanks for the chance to win.

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  170. Its whispering table runner. Thank you for the chance to win

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  171. I want to make a tree skirt for next year!! :)

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  172. Those fabrics are yummy! I need to make myself a new messenger bag, these would be perfect.

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  173. I want to make some drawstring bags.

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  174. Those would look great in my dining room, so I would make a table runner for myself. I almost never make anything for myself! Merry Christmas!

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  175. Zipper pouches! I made my mom a pouch for the Kindle Fire I got her and I loved it. Now I need to make myself a couple!

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  176. I love those fabrics and I think they would make a great table runner!

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  177. Good lookin FQ's! Hmm, I think I'd make some cute handbags. Love the colors!

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  178. That bundle of fabric would make a vibrant toddler quilt! Fun colors!
    jcneen (at) hotmail (dot) com.

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  179. I would make either a cute tote or quilt.


    Rocio H. thisbe31(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  180. I have no idea what I would make....probably a wall hanging or quilt.

    I have had a look around your blog. I, too, am in love with Swoon. My pattern just arrived the other day, so I will be tackling that next year. I also want to make a Bottled Rainbows quilt!!!

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  181. Beautiful! Sweet colors for a diaper bag for my new niece!

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  182. They would go into a quilt or towards making some fabric boxes.

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  183. I think these would make great zipper pouches. Pretty fabric.

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  184. Those are sooo pretty. I think a nice tote would be fabulous in those colors and fabrics.

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  185. Count me in. Thanks for the chance to win

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  186. I really love to make a special Christmas outfit for my daughter each year and by next year she will be out of appliqué Onesies and ready for skirts and dresses so I would use them to make her first Christmas Dress (it may become dresses if I can't contain myself - with kids it is always good to have a spare outfit). Thanks very much.

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